Sandisk is testing an uber-tiny (16x20x1.85mm) solid state flash memory device that can be soldered directly onto motherboards. Ranging from 4GB to 64GB, the added memory could aid mobile devices like tablets, media players, or phones. [cnet]
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could certainly see operating systems being loaded onto something like this, then having your warahouse like hdd holding everything else.
best of both worlds then